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Review: Cook & Brown Public House
When a restaurant moves into a location that has seen several eatery incarnations, it must work doubly hard to establish its reputation, both around the state and in the neighborhood. Cook & Brown Public House seems to be accomplishing both with aplo
A special culinary experience on Hope Street
| October 01, 2010
Despite a year of planning, Noche still needs to find its niche. As it is, it seems to be rattling around in the big-shoes-to-fill of its predecessor in the space, Icarus, one of the first fine South End bistros.
Solid appetizers and late-night menu, just too conservative for the Theatre District
| August 06, 2010
Review: The Boat House
Ah, feel that. Maybe this time it’s a spring breeze for real and won’t soon turn into a winter zephyr. Let’s celebrate, go out and grab a nice meal. Where to? Well, one recent answer to the question that didn’t disappoint was the Boat House restaurant i
Interesting seafood and inspiring sunsets
| May 28, 2010
In economic times like these, the decision to invest in a nice dinner out is not to be taken lightly.
The elegant new Walter’s
| May 21, 2010
Russell House Tavern
For a place with major, major foot traffic, Harvard Square has proven to be a tricky spot for restaurateurs.
Tastes good, looks great — no gimmicks necessary
| May 14, 2010
Woodward at Ames
The Woodward is the slightly quieter upstairs of the Woodward Tavern, a high-concept downtown café-bar based on the idea “Ben Franklin meets a supermodel.”
Ben Franklin meets a supermodel? Go with it — it works.
| April 23, 2010
How do we find hidden gems? You can't just look under the radar. Sometimes the hiding place is behind a famous name, as is the case with ArtBar.
A pleasantly unpredictable treat sneaks out of the shadows
| November 13, 2009
Few of us bother to go to church, so Mainers must find ways to reuse our houses of worship, just as we do our riverside mills in this post-industrial age. While several restaurants have put mothballed mill buildings to use, Grace Restaurant's repurposin
Sweet tastes, beautiful building, heavenly reward
| September 04, 2009
An upscale restaurant in an upscale hotel is disadvantaged in ways that give the advantage to us.
Earth and Ocean
| January 29, 2009
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